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congress for 25 years and a please welcome nancy pelosi (clapping) thank you very much ruth inform that wonderful introduction and recognition of the role that we all play and how connected we all are. and thank you for allocating the leadership of president obama his election helped us in preparation for his taking office to in the new democratic majority passing the legislation the he american investment that will enable us to get $150 million to turn in wonderful place into something significant. it's an honor to be here with you and tiger for not only this building but understanding what we do in our area is of national significance and has the leadership when we say we're going to get something we get it done. i appreciate your leadership of the g s ashlgs naturally and i can say what i said because of our great leadership from mayor ed lee. well, the american reinvestment and he recovery act we were able to do the tunnel and so many things and now today. the mayor will agree that is a pleasure this was a historic place in the center but instead of being the connection it was
talks take place. >> jim sciutto, thank you. when we return, president obama's guidance to congress over imposing new sanctions. >> now is not the time to move forward on new sanctions. because doing so would derail this promising first step. >> is congress onboard? we'll get reaction from three key members next. i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. whether you're just starting your 401(k) or you are ready for retirement, we'll help you get there. life's an adventure and it always has been. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all yo
the first ladies up through moshe -- michelle obama. inlike to thank our partners the series. week, it is best truman. we're going to leave you with a little bit of eleanor roosevelt in 1953, talking about what it means to be a liberal. we thank our guests. >> you have become known as the movement the liberal in this country. some people call them do- gooders. can you define a liberal 4s? liberal was a person who kept an open mind, was willing to meet new questions with new solutions. moveeral feels you could forward and not look backwards and be afraid of moving forward. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> on monday, betty ford. shortly after moving into the white house, she had a vest ectomy -- mastectomy. she brought a new public awareness about cancer. controversial. during her husband's reelection campaign in 1976, she was so popular one of the cancel -- or the slogan said vote for betty's husband. when a ford loss, she deliver the concession speech. she opened up about her addiction to alcohol and prescription drugs, leading to the creation of the betty
're not board about barack obama -- worried about barack obama. gregg: good point. judith miller, thank you so much. all right. heather: the obama administration prooazing some new rules for tax-exempt political groups and coming after the irs scandal, you'll remember that, this which it targeted conservative groups, this proposal drawing lots of scrutiny. chief political correspondent carl cameron's live in washington. carl, what exactly are these new rules? >> reporter: well, they're really nowhere near approval yet, but the obama administration really wants to change the rules that govern political fund raising and spending by these so-called social welfare groups that are known as 501c4s in the u.s. tax code. we're talking about super pacs, really, the kind that don't disclose their donors. an example would be americans for prosperity, the right. on the left, you've got groups like requireties usa which raises tens of billions of dollars and rub by former obama aides and staffers and is trying to divvy up duties in order to be more effective this year. all of this in the wake of the irs' a
" with rosa florez. >>> you're in the "cnn newsroom." i'm rosa florez in for my friend don lemon. thank you so much for being with me on this saturday. we have a lot to get to, and we start with obama care take two. the white house said that it's a train wreck website that would be fixed by the end of november. well, tomorrow is december 1st. and if the site isn't fixed, president obama could see his approval ratings drop even lower. cnn's tory dunnan is covering the last-second fix-it from washington. >> reporter: it's been a frenzied race to fix healthcare.gov and today november 30th, is the day when president obama promised the website would be running smoothly for the vast majority of users. >> by the end of this month, we anticipate that it is going to be working the way that it is supposed to. all right? >> reporter: it's been two months since the botched rollout on october 1st. sparking a firestorm in congress, and forcing the administration to set a self-imposed deadline. >> the assessment that we have made is that it will take until the end of november for an optimally functioning web
. dozens received holiday phone calls from the commander-in-chief, president obama dialled members and thanks for service and wishing them a happy thanksgiving. >> give thanks for the freedom they defend and think what we want and say what we think and worship according to our own beliefs. >> reporter: the president celebrated a low-key thanksgiving with his family at the white house. that is a break for many of his predecessors who spent the holiday at camp david. in pakistan a change of command, a powerful military chief passes the baton to his successor as the country struggles to contain militants and struggling to make a living as kids, children who escaped the war in syria facing new dangers on the streets of lebanon. and the eve of world aids day, looking at the funding and research giving hopes to millions of people live with the disease around the world. >> they are trying to get a w and tactics have come into question recently and will show you why in sports. >> reporter: a live look at the toys "r" us square in time square, look at that line as people wait for bargains
to president obama. i'm pleased to have him here to talk about something he has obviously a lot of involvement in before he left government. welcome. >> thank you, charlie. good to see you. >> rose: first question, how important do you think the fact is, as the president suggested, at long last we're having serious conversations with the iranians about things that divide us. >> well, i think it's very important. and it's important with respect to a very serious security issue that has been facing the united states and the region and the world and that is the iranian nuclear program. and i think that the first step agreement that has been reached is quite significant. it is significant in that it halts the progress of the program. it rolls back certain aspects of the program, especially the 20% enriched uranium. it provides a very inclusive monitoring and inspection regime and it addresses something that the israeli government has been very concerned about, and i think correctly, the heavy water reactor at iraq. so it provides a solid basis here for negotiations over the next six months. and on
, and cooperation among nations. thank you very much. >> we've just been watching president obama talk about the deal that's now been reached over iran and its nuclear program. one of the key things that he said is that the broader architecture of sanctions will remain in place. that means that while they will see a pretty large chunk of monetary relief in terms of economic sanctions, he said this is a six-month window for them to continue if you will, the conversation about dialing down their nuclear program through less enrichment and some other things that they put into place that will help us monitor what's going on in that country in terms of their uranium stock piles and what they're doing specifically with them. the president tonight the first to speak often this. we knew that this deal had come about about two years ago in geneva, switzerland. six all together on one side, iran on the other. as we learn more about this now, we can begin to talk about what's in this deal and what maybe was given up in order to come to this point. we're going to pause again and let our fox broadcast st
church. thank you for being on the program. >> it's been an honour. >> in the midst of the barack obama minister efforts to pass immigration reforms supporters note 300,000 undocumented mexican immigrants are deported from the united states every year. some are u.s. citizens children, born in america, forced to leave when their parents are deported. jennifer london has their story from across the border in tig -- tijuana. >> along a rutted road. you'll find a secondary school in eastern tijuana mexico. for 13-year-old emily, who used to live in burbank california, her new school is as strange as the country she calls home. >> i like it way more over there. it's prettier, i have friends. i had my whole life over there >> so did 13-year-old stephanie, who used to live in southern california. >> i didn't talk to nobody. i didn't no much about it. >> both girls are u.s. citizens, forced to leave their homeland when their parents were deported back to mexico. there were 5,000 u.s.-born kids living throughout the mexican state of baja, california. we mette ana and ysidro who were born in mexi
with it as quickly a possible. >> thank you both for joining us this morning. >>> when we come back, what the iran deal means for president obama's legacy. i started part-time, now i'm a manager.n. my employer matches my charitable giving. really. i get bonuses even working part-time. where i work, over 400 people are promoted every day. healthcare starting under $40 a month. i got education benefits. i work at walmart. i'm a pharmacist. sales associate. i manage produce. i work in logistics. there's more to walmart than you think. vo: opportunity. that's the real walmart. the united states population is going to grow by over 90 ovemillion people,ears and almost all that growth is going to be in cities. what's the healthiest and best way for them to grow so that they really become cauldrons of prosperity and cities of opportunity? what we have found is that if that family is moved into safe, clean affordable housing, places that have access to great school systems, access to jobs and multiple transportation modes then the neighborhood begins to thrive and then really really take off. the oxygen o
with you so i will keep it short and stop their. >> thank you all very much. a great discussion and we are only ten minutes over so thanks. "-close-quotes peanut >>> on tuesday former middle east adviser to president obama dennis ross took part in a panel discussion on the foreign policy challenges facing the president. among the topics of the recent agreement with iran on its nuclear program and efforts to begin peace negotiations in serious. hosted by the new america foundation, about one hour and 40 minutes. >> i run the national security program here. this is part of a series that we have done over the past couple of years with our partners, the center for the new america security and the american enterprise institute. it's the seventh in a series of programs we have been focusing on national security. we have an all-star team to talk about the coming challenges and opportunities for the obama administration in the next three years. they are ambassador dennis ross on your far left who is incredibly distinguished public service career focus back to the jimmy carter administration an
-in this deal will be another obama administration failure. susan, good morning. you on with trita parsi. caller: thank you for educating us on what is happening. since this was a big issue, my question on the heels of the how did thats, treaty and any of the safeguards having to do with compliance of nuclear weapons mixed in with the agreement that was just passed this weekend? are we ignoring what was discussed at the united nations or did the united nation's not include anything to do with nuclear weapons used for mass destruction? guest: the treaty is the basis of this agreement. it is specifically mentioned in the text as well is on the last page of the deal. that is something the iranians insisted on. their interpretation is that there is such a right to enrich -- such a thing as the right to enrich. statest think the united has had any objections to that. the difference has been the difference of interpretation of ,rticle four of the treaty whether there is a right to enrich or not. using that as a legal framework, the two sides made progress last year, whatis happened this past weekend,
. >> okay. thank you. >> i'm going to move ahead. because i think are you confidence that the obama administration in congress can agree on defense cuts? that do not impair significantly the ability of the united states to remain the world's dominant superpower? >> no. i think that there is an jot line of at least small budget deal to be had. when you talk to reasonable members of both parties in congress, there are still some that belong in the category. you can come up with some mechanisms for increasing revenue and some mechanisms for restraining the reducing entitlement costs. that could at least get us a small budget dream for the next two three years. with some relief for, you know, avoid another round of sequestration and so forth. whether we can see our way through the political paralysis to get there is another question all together. i think that so, you know, by nature an optimist. time after time from the in position of sequestration. so i'm not confident at this point i think the conversation we need to be having is one of raising public awareness of some of the very rea
to terrorism. all right. >> i'd like to first thank the heritage foundation for inviting me to talk about is very timely and very important national security topic. i'm very skeptical of the geneva deal but i want to first discuss the obama administration's justification for it and what appeared to be some of the underlying assumptions behind it. according to the obama demonstration this agreement is the first step to build confidence between tehran and the measure our sensitivity to be a bridge towards a more comprehensive agreement. i will say there is a certain logic to this. the obama administers and contends that the agreement may be an open to a wider deal, and i assume that they think this will give the iranian president rouhani maneuvering room to do with hard-liners in iran leadership were opposed to any compromise in the nation's nuclear program. a deal like this is based on many questionable assumptions. it assumes the iranian regime is sincere in his state desire to curtail its nuclear program which it claims is entirely peaceful. it assumes president rouhani is a genuine mode
for the inland spots by wednesday and thursday night. marty? >> thank you. >>> well a moment of truth is drawing near for the affordable care act website. the obama administrations deadline to get healthcare.gov working is today. we have this update. >> reporter: whitherring criticism of the initial rollout of healthcare.gov has intensified the pressure on the administration to get this right for saturday. the white house hopes it can do that at least for the vast majority of users. >> and this website is going to get fixed. >> healthcare.gov opened for business october 1 and its been a disastrous two months. the site crashed, unable to cope with people trying to sign up. small businesses still won't be able to use the site for another year. insurance industry insiders tell cnn some customers personal data is getting mangled or even lost. the white house says the site will be able to handle 50,000 users at one-time, but they admit there will be times after saturday when healthcare.gov does not function properly and they are bracing for another huge surge in volume that could force people into vi
energy work. >> thank you mike viqueira reporting from the white house. >>> while the military option is on the table, should the 6-month trial period fail, president obama emphasised that dialogue is the path forward in dealing with iran and its nuclear program. >> world powers have recognised iran's nuclear rights. the islamic republic of iran innately enjoys this right and this right has been granted to all the signatories by the mtp. >> some iranians believe the agreement is a bad deal. here is a look at what tehran gets. the sanctions held against it lighten up on gold and metal exports and car industry. that will potentially provide rain with $1.5 billion. sales of iranian oil will be heavily restricted. iranian students - they'll get tew irn assistance from their government. hassan rouhani is calling the deal a victory. he added that iran's enrichment activities will continue same as the past. >> israel calls it a mistake. officials say rain pose as threat. let's bring in our correspondent mike hanna. good morninging. israel is describing the deal as an historic mistake. why is
to develop a nuclear weapon. president obama has indicated that if iran doesn't keep up its side of the bargain, that they can ratchet up the pressure very, very quickly. del. >> lisa, thank you very much. >> many iranians happy about the deal, saying they hope it helps the country emerge from years of economic isolation. crowds took to the streets of iran after hearing the news. >> many in tehran stayed up all night, thousands making their way to the airport, giving a hero'sble come to the prime minister, hailing him as an ambassador for peace. vile's prime minister saying the deal will make the world a more dangerous place. president obama telephoned netanyahu. but netanyahu calling the deal a historic mistake. for more, we are joined from jerusalem now. world leadiers describing this as a breakthrough, but some say it is not that, including israel. who's right, who's wrong? >> at the end of the day, the relationship will survive and two sides agree to disagree. there's a huge amount of tension right now. there's an ideological difference here. the u.s. has signed a deal that f
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